SGSecure: Receive important broadcast alerts
By Ministry of Home Affairs
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SGSecure is a national movement to sensitise, train and mobilise Singaporeans to play a part to prevent and deal with a terrorist attack.
Use the SGSecure app to:
- Receive important broadcast messages from the authorities on the latest situation in the event of major emergencies
- Seek assistance from the authorities should a major situation happen in your vicinity
- Send videos, photos and messages to the authorities to provide information on a situation which you have witnessed
- Access links to Police@SG and myResponder apps
- Access the SGSecure e-learning package and learn how to better protect yourself and others in an emergency.
Please note that continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
What's New in Version 1.1
- Customise alerts on emergency incidents by keying in Singapore postal codes
- Receive latest news alerts on terrorist attacks and related incidents around the world from Channel News Asia
- Access link to download MFA@SG app
Useful quick updates about terrorist activities
Useful updates (thankfully not of Singapore) for those who travel frequently.
Too much redundant rebroadcast from CNA
The important message broadcast should contain report of any home based terror-related news and not every single CNA article related to global terrorism. This will dilute the purpose of the important broadcast message and cause everyone not to take push notifications from the SGSecure app seriously.
SAF is the best, SAF beats the rest
Downloaded this app and my life has INSTANTLY become more secure.
Yesterday a terrorist tried to bomb my house but I whipped out my phone and waved the app in his face, he immediately collapsed with fear and fainted. A car almost mowed me down but the app repelled the forces of evil and saved me. Even allah says this app is a must have for all humans.
10/10 will download again.
Only in SAF will people force you to download apps to justify spending money on making redundant apps. Rofl.